Friday, December 22, 2006

Experimental 1st post

I am always telling my first grade students that if they can't think of anything to write about during writers' workshop they should write about how they can't think of anything to write. My theory is that if they plunge in and begin writing, it will help them think. It's with that thought in mind that I'm writing this first post. I'm not sure about many aspects of blogs. It goes against my cautious nature to begin something before I know all the ins and outs of it. Many of my family members have blogs and I thoroughly enjoy reading them, but I don't know many of the logistics of managing a blog. My mom, of Daddy's Roses, has offered to walk me through this process. So, this first post is experimental. I'm jumping into the blogosphere without full knowledge of how far I'll travel or how I'll get there. I am taking this first step because I like to write and enjoy expressing myself through writing. I'm looking forward to writing about some of my thoughts, ideas, and experiences here. I am looking forward to this journey.

5 comments:

Lyn said...

Great! You even posted a link.

Ruth said...

Hi Lyn. You got off to a GREAT start as a bogger. I loved reading it. I have been off line since last night . Beth stopped by and kept following the maze of wires unti she got me back on line...looking forward to reading you blog and seeing you Christmas.

The Median Sib said...

I am SO excited that you're doing a blog! Knowing your sense of humor - I'm particularly anticipating reading the SLEEPLESS JUGGLER. I like the title, too!

beth said...

Me to - what they said. I can't wait to read it. I like your theory about writing. Just jump in and see what happens. I've found it very therapeutic.

Let's see - sign up for technorati and TTBL so that we can get credit for your links :) (J/k)

Seriously - don't hesitate to ask if I can help you with anything (as if I KNOW something! lol)

Happy blogging :)

Terrell said...

Welcome to Blogdom, Lyn!! And happy Christmas Adam to you!!